Cycle Through The Six Worlds Silk Embroidery – USmeditate
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Cycle Through The Six Worlds Silk Embroidery-USmeditate
Cycle Through The Six Worlds Silk Embroidery-USmeditate
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Cycle Through The Six Worlds Silk Embroidery-USmeditate

Cycle Through The Six Worlds Silk Embroidery

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In Buddhismbhava denotes the continuity of becoming (reincarnating) in one of the realms of existence, in the samsaric context of rebirth, life and the maturation arising therefro] It is the tenth of the Twelve Nidanas, in its Pratītyasamutpāda doctrine.

The word Chakra (चक्र) derives from the Sanskrit word meaning "wheel," as well as "circle" and "cycle".]

The word chakra is used to mean several different things in the Sanskrit sources:

  1. "Circle," used in a variety of senses, symbolising endless rotation of shakti.
  2. A circle of people. In rituals, there are different cakrasādhanās in which adherents assemble and perform rites. According to the Niruttaratantra, chakras in the sense of assemblies are of 5 types.
  3. The term chakra is also used to denote yantras (mystic diagram)s, variously known as trikoṇa-cakraaṣṭakoṇa-cakra, etc.
  4. Different nerve plexuses within the body.

Legend has it that the historical Buddha himself created the first depiction of the bhavacakra, and the story of how he gave the illustration to King Rudrāyaṇa appears in the anthology of Buddhist narratives called the Divyāvadāna.


Frame: No
Pattern Type: Portrait
Style: Classic
Material: Silk
Use: Paintings
Canvas Packing Method: Folded
Embroidery Method: Full Embroidery
External Packaging: Paper Bag